Monday, January 31, 2011

Feb. 1-3

  • NSTP (Feb 1, T) - ensayo, short quiz
  • Econ 116 (Feb 1, T) - graded recitation on marketing glossary, submission of the flag description (Asian) output
  • DS 112 (Feb 1, T) - graded recitation on population glossary, individual reporting
  • DS 112 (Feb 2, W) - graded recitation on population glossary, individual reporting
  • DS 100 (Feb 3, Th) - bookmark submission, WST reporting of Ms. Reyes, graded recitation part II (IBON materials)
  • DS 100 (Feb 3, Th) - bookmark submission, capitalist globalization speech of Ms. Corrales, graded recitation part II (IBON materials)
  • DS 123 (Feb 3, Th) - health literacy primer submission, continuation of health social sciences reporting

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Jan 28 (F), Jan 31 (M)

  • NSTP (Jan 28) = submission of concept map, face-off (merits and demerits of MMDA abolition, LRT fare hike, Cityhood of Dasma, Cavite)
  • Econ 116 (Jan 28) = reporting on the political economy of direct selling in India (Turingan and Postre)
  • DS 112 (Jan 28) = long test on John Week's Population glossary; brief reporting about American History X (Domagsang) and Japan's life expectancy (Domingo)
  • DS 100-A (Jan 31) = long test on IBON materials (agriculture, migration and environment); reporting on World Systems Theory (Reyes)
  • DS 100-B (Jan 31) = long test on IBON materials (agriculture, migration and environment); banderitas making
  • DS 123 (Jan 31) = reporting on health social sciences (Gil, Gumabol & Loja)

Monday, January 24, 2011

Jan 25, 26, 27

  • NSTP (T) - concept map submission; rehearsal
  • Econ 116 (T) - reporting on political economy of direct selling in India (Puerto and Turingan); mini-reporting on marketing concepts
  • DS 112 (T) - lecture and reporting on population trend
  • DS 112 (W) - lecture-discussion on population and development
  • DS 100-A (Th) - reporting on World Systems Theory (Reyes) and global trade imbalance (De Leon continuation); bookmark submission (if the lay-out/design has been approved already)
  • DS 100-B (Th) - reporting on World Systems Theory (Baviera); bookmark submission (if the lay-out/design has been approved already)
  • DS 123 (Th) - sharing by pair about food poverty

Thursday, January 13, 2011

DS 112 ACLE on indigenous vegetable

Maaaring taglayin ng inyong itatayong booth ang kombinasyon ng mga sumusunod na tala sa ibaba.
Tiyaking handa rin kayo na ipaliwanag/i-ulat sa klase ang mga mahahalagang kaalaman ukol sa inyong paksa. Dumating ng 8:00 n.u. para mas maaga maitayo ang mga booth.

  • catchy title and tagline
  • jingle and/or haiku
  • actual plant
  • plant products (food and/or non-food)
  • facts, figures and photos (Borrow exhibit panels from the college)
  • hand-outs, give-aways (e.g. seed, bookmark)
  • audio-visual presentation
  • mascot
  • interactive part/audience participation
  • etcetera


    Ipaalam sa mga kagrupo at kamag-aral.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Agenda Jan 14, 17, 18, 19

  • NSTP (F) - submission of the 2nd draft of the cosplay concept proposal; lecture-discussion about urban studies
  • Econ 116 (F) - reporting about the Political Economy of Yao Ming Phenomenon (Murillo and Lara); read Think Global, Act Local - But How Far? and The Indian Consumer
  • DS 112 (F) - submission of disaster management concept map; mini-reporting about disaster management-related concepts and issues
  • DS 100 A (M) - read Uma Kambhampati's material and IBON's issue analysis (environment, health and agriculture); reporting about global trade imbalance using dependency analysis (De Leon); bring art papers (optional)
  • DS 100 B (M) - read Uma Kambhampati's material and IBON's issue analysis (environment, health and agriculture); reporting about highly indebted poor countries (HIPC) using dependency analysis; submission of the Project Syndicate commentary on a commentary; bring art papers (optional)
  • DS 123 (M) - read Michael Tan's Eat Food and Nutritionism; submission of the Filipino children situationer and the revised poster-slogan on children's rights and welfare advocacy
  • NSTP (T) - submission of a concept map about any problem related to urbanization; submission of the haiku on environmental issues
  • Econ 116 (T) - reporting about the political economy of direct selling (Puerto and Turingan); student inputs about marketing terminologies
  • DS 112 (T) - discussion about population issues; panel discussion on WHO's latest projection of global population trend
  • DS 112 (W) - ACLE on popularization of indigenous vegetables as an aspect of anti-poverty strategy (uray, talinum, Ceylon spinach, kamote and saluyot) - Paghandaan mabuti

Sunday, January 09, 2011

Paghahanda para sa DSS Week

  • DS 100-A =Binhing Handog Alay sa Katutubo booth
  • DS 100-B =Binhing Handog Alay sa Katutubo booth
  • NSTP = political cosplay; political haiku exhibit
  • DS 112 TF* = musical c/o Dr. Villegas
  • DS 112 W* = musical c/o Dr. Villegas
  • DevSoc = contact IBON Bookshop to inform them about the setting up of booth for the DSS Week; any IGP

    Things to bring:

    DS 100-A and B (for the banderitas)
    -extra supply of art papers
    -stapler and staple wire
    -scissors


    NSTP (for the Haiku exhibit)
    -extra supply of black cartolina
    -scotch tape
    -scissors


    ____________________
    *DevStud majors only

NSTP cosplay concept proposal

The concept proposal should contain the following:

  • character
  • description of the character
  • justification for choosing the character
  • script for the voice over (critical analysis)
  • materials needed
  • tasking of responsibilities
  • list of sources for the preliminary research

    Isulat sa wikang Filipino.

Friday, January 07, 2011

Agenda (Jan 10,11,12)

  • DS 100-A (2nd part of the long exam; Small is beautiful reporting by Rojales)
  • DS 100-B (2nd part of the long exam; Small is beautiful reporting by Baylon)
  • DS 123 (Discussion about M. Tan's materials on children's health and safety)
  • NSTP (Submission of the concept proposal for the political cosplay)
  • Econ 116 (Reporting about the political economy of Yao Ming phenomenon; submission of the concept map; discussion on Think Global, Act Local - But How Far by Backman and Butler)
  • DS 112 (Graded recitation about disaster management; continuation of the disaster preparedness reporting)
  • DS 112 (Graded recitation about disaster management; reporting on global hunger as a human-induced disaster)

Saturday, January 01, 2011

Para sa lahat ng klase ko ngayong semestre

Ugaliing basahin ang mga artikulo sa mga sumusunod na websites:

http://www.cenpeg.org/
http://www.pinoyweekly.org/
http://www.bulaltlat.com/
http://www.yonip.com/

Maging handa sa mga di-inaasahang pagsusulit.

Agenda (Jan 4, 5, 6)

  • NSTP (T) - submission of the city/municipality/barangay photo documentation with captions; long test covering Modules 3 to 8 of the Urban and Metropolitan Governance material (Padilla, 2001); submission of the multilevel sentence outline of any Monthly Review article (available online) for students with 2 or more absences
  • Econ 116 (T) - lecture-discussion on Asian corporate culture; read online materials pertinent to the topic
  • DS 112 (T) - lecture-discussion on disaster/emergency management; read online materials pertinent to the topic; group reporting on the Best practices in disaster management: The Albay experience
  • DS 112 (W) - submission of the individual Project Syndicate commentary on a commentary and the group primer on disaster management; lecture-discussion on disaster/emergency management; read online materialls pertinent to the topic
  • DS 100-a (Th) - submission the the individual development reviewer output (don't reproduce yet); long exam covering Angkan ni Sokrates by Ronas and Meanings of Development; Implications to Rural Administration and Development by Carada; Small is Beautiful reporting by Ms. Rojales
  • DS 100-b (Th) - same as DS 100-a; Small is Beautiful reporting by Ms. Baylon
  • DS 123 (Th) - Discussion on People's behavior in the utilization of locally available blood by Prof. Castillo and Dr. Tayag; submit a brief reflection paper about the Eye Foundation of the Philippines website (optional output)

    BABALA SA MGA MALIMIT LUMIBAN SA KLASE.